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Business Water: The Value of Artificial Intelligence in Achieving Sustainable and Resilient Corporate Water Strategies

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By:

Will Sarni, Founder and CEO, Water Foundry and Prateek Joshi, Founder and CEO, Plutoshift

Introduction:

Access to water is one of the greatest challenges to business continuity and growth. A key component of this challenge is the effective operational management of water, which plays a critical role in how much of this resource is utilized. Businesses across a range of sectors such as agriculture, energy, food and beverage, and manufacturing are discovering the value of investing in access to water supplies, water use across their value chain (e.g., supply chain, operations and product use) and improvements in the efficiency and effectiveness of infrastructure and assets to manage water (e.g., treatment systems). Businesses also have a critical role to play in ensuring access to water for their customers, workforce, and communities. Increasingly, consumers, customers, investors, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and civil society favor “brands with purpose” which includes consideration of how businesses are stewards of water.

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BusinessWater: The Value of Artificial Intelligence in Achieving Sustainable and Resilient Corporate Water Strategies

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